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Decision expected Monday Night regarding increase in Wastewater rates in Mount Vernon

Downloads:AgendaAgenda Packet I.Committee Meetings1.Executive Session: Collective Bargaining Matters2.Executive Session: Purchase or Sale of Property3.HR Director Discussion4.Sam Filkins Update on Downtown Plan5.Res. 2021-02 ADF ContractII.MEETING WILL RECESS UNTIL 7:30 P.M.III.Call to Order1.Roll CallIV.InvocationV.Pledge of AllegianceVI.Acceptance of Minutes1.Minutes of Jan 11, 2021 7:30 PMVII.Receive Petitions and CommunicationsVIII.Receive Committee ReportsIX.Liquor Control LicenseX.Proclamation1.Proclamation Recognizing Holocaust Remembrance DayXI.Persons speaking on Matters of City ConcernXII.Resolutions for …

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Snow Plowing Safer for City of MV

MOUNT VERNON – The consolidated Division of Public Works offers Mount Vernon residents an improvement in managing city streets to keep them clear and safe during events of heavy snowfall. Under the new organizational structure, a new “Snow Plowing Crew” list has beendeveloped which includes crew members not only from the street department, but staff from public buildings and lands, …

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Utilities Commission Recommends Adjustment to Wastewater Rate Increase

MOUNT VERNON – City government officials on the Utilities Commission consisting of Councilwoman Tammy Woods, community members Elizabeth Doolittle and Keith Burley, City Engineer Brian Ball, Director of Public Utilities Mathias Orndorf, and Safety Service DirectorRick Dzik met on January 5th for their regularly scheduled commission meeting. One of the main topics on the agenda was to discuss next steps …

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Limited Leaf pickup still available in City of Mount Vernon

As of Thursday November 19, 2020, leaf pick-up in the City ofMount Vernon is complete. We will be doing pile pick-ups only November 23-25. Any residents with leaves that still need to be picked up,please call the Street Department office at (740) 393-9501between the hours of 7:30am and 4:00pm weekdays to make arrangements for pick up; weather permitting. There will …

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The City of Mount Vernon will begin picking up leaves on Monday November 2nd

The City of Mount Vernon will begin picking up leaves on Monday, November 2, 2020. We will have three machines operating this season. The machines will be picking up all of the main streets first, then proceedto the side streets and outlying areas.We emphasize that leaves be raked to the curb, but NOT OUT INTO THE STREET. RAKING LEAVES INTO …

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Utility Late Fee Waived for October

MOUNT VERNON – While all utility bills were mailed on the first of the month as usual it has come to our attention that many customers have yet to receive their bills. For that reason, late payment penalties will be waived for the month of October.We encourage customers to sign-up for electronic billing or Auto Pay. Customers can register for …

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Water Utility Shutoffs Resume September 9, 2020 in Mount Vernon

Date: August 25, 2020Re: Water Utility Shutoffs Resume September 9, 2020Water shut-offs will resume Wednesday, September 9, 2020. To avoid shut-off, all delinquent payments must be received by the Water Billing Office no later than Tuesday, September 8, 2020, or a payment plan must be established.If a customer owes $200 or less, payment must be made in full to avoid …

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City of Mount Vernon Announces Webinar Series on Building Diversity

MOUNT VERNON – The City of Mount Vernon is partnering with members of the Knox County Community to host a series of webinars entitled, “The Importance of Building a Diverse Community.” Kenyon College, Mount Vernon Nazarene University, and members of the faith- based community have agreed to provide on-going efforts to promote understanding andpartnering with the community throughout Knox County. …

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Recreation Programs Limited but Hopeful to Continue in MV

MOUNT VERNON – With Governor DeWine’s recent announcement of the phase-in plan of returning towork, recreational activities this summer are also affected. Large group gatherings are expected to beamong the last of the activities to resume as the nation and Ohio continues to keep the COVID-19 virus atbay. In Mount Vernon, city officials have been waiting for information before deciding …

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Economic Recovery Task Force Announced

MOUNT VERNON – Knox County Emergency Management Agency and Knox Public Health have beentireless in their efforts to inform the community of directives, statistics, and new information coming fromthe state and federal levels of how to handle the COVID-19 virus on the front lines. Representatives fromseveral agencies around the county are participating in countless meetings and briefings whereinformation changes at …

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